AAU boys national qualifer April 17-19
Midway resident Barbara Martin can recall many memories of the time she spent in class at the old Dorchester Consolidated School in Midway. She remembers the modest kitchen, the fireplace in the corner and exactly how students sat in two classrooms arranged in neat rows according to grade.
The Liberty County Recreation Department had several basketball squads compete in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class B tournaments, held March 6-7 in Effingham, Sumter and Thomson-McDuffie counties.
Thurbert Baker is not exactly a clone of Barack Obama, but neither is he another Vernon Jones.
Wrapping up the final legislative day 40 on Friday, we had a full week. Due to the Georgia Constitution, the session must end on day 40.
Here's how some legislation fared on the final day of Georgia's 40-day legislative session:
On Saturday, 33 3rd Infantry Division soldiers were sworn in as U. S. citizens.
The Liberty County Development Authority met Monday and, among other things, discussed county construction issues.
The Liberty County Board of Commissioners will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7. Here is the agenda:
Women of Purpose Biblical Study group meets every second and fourth Saturday at Holton's Seafood in Midway. Call Mary Robinson at 492-3837.
Back in the old days, tent revivals used to be very popular. Across the county, you could see traveling evangelists and their caravans set up tents in designated spots for a week or two. People would come from miles around just to be a part of the revival services.
Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:
Live Oak Public Libraries is accepting entries for the Savannah Children's Book Festival poster contest through April 30. The theme of the posters should be books, reading or libraries.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dale Smith of Allenhurst announce the engagement of their daughter, Morgan Renee Smith, to Gregory Dean Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Allen Sr. of Ludowici and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean Rogers of Jesup.
Some of the area's best musicians will play Nov. 15 to benefit the area's Toys for Tots and a food pantry in the Midway area.
City, county and Army officials in the area are recommending that trick-or-treating be from 6-8 p.m. So be careful and remember only approach homes that have outside lights on.
The Liberty County School System will host a College Credit Now Day from 10 a.m.-noon Nov. 15 at the Liberty County Board of Education, 200 Bradwell St. in Hinesville.
Last week, it was shown that Christians are to "seek those things above" (Colossians 3:1). Why should the Christian seek to do these things?
Kayden Michael Litwinkowich was born at 2:30 a.m. Oct. 13 to Christine Helen Litwinkowich of Hinesville.
A wise man once said that our only reason for occupying space on this earth is to leave things better than we found them. Unfortunately, not enough of us will. Len Pagano is an exception.
With a demanding owner sniffing over every move, decision and step sideways, coach Mike Smith must try to rally his team and drag it back to respectability.
Long County High School had senior night Oct. 24, recognizing football players, cheerleaders and band members who are graduating this school year.
The Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority Inc. will assist eligible households with heating bills.
The NCAA announced Wednesday that Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley must sit out two more games for accepting more than $3,000 in cash from multiple individuals for autographed memorabilia.
Long County is back on the road this weekend, going to Pembroke on Friday to take on Bryan County.
Halloween mostly is known among children as a fun night of candy-collecting, but the holiday has a darker side - one authorities hope parents will be wary of.
Tens of thousands of Georgians live with lifelong disabilities due to brain and spinal cord injury.
Weston Corey Rabon was born at 2:23 p.m. Oct. 10 to Victoria Rabon and Brian Rabon of Hinesville.
I read with interest a recent column submitted to the newspaper concerning SPLOST and ad valorem taxes. While I fully support one's right to free speech and voting, I am troubled by incompleteness and/or inaccuracies in material discussed. While the kinder and gentler side of me attributes this to "just a small misunderstanding of the true facts," I feel it's necessary to accurately inform readers on these matters.